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December 7, 2012

Very psyched to have had a couple conversations recently with Sutu who created NAWLZ. If you haven’t read it do.  and better yet, buy his amazing intereactive  comic for the iPad.

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Blade Runner artist Styd Mead

December 6, 2012

from Boing Boing TV

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Low Tow

October 8, 2012

Glossary: Low Tow = Chinatown in nyc.

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Growing Ears

October 4, 2012

via read the full article here. “the doctors harvested enough cartilage from her chest wall to create an entire new ear. They carved and stitched this cartilage together to match her other ear. Then they implanted it, still skinless, near the wrist so skin and blood vessels could grow into it.” via read the […]

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Bionic Arm

October 2, 2012

This one is from a few years ago, but I just happened across it.

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Remodeling Muscle

September 25, 2012

More from the the New York Times series.   Last fall, Dr. Rubin cut out the scar tissue from Sergeant Strang’s leg and stitched a sheet resembling a thick piece of parchment paper — extracellular matrix from a pig urinary bladder, which had shown excellent results in lab studies — into the remaining healthy thigh muscle. His […]

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Mapping the Future

September 18, 2012

via Fast Company read the full article here. Envisioning Technology, the firm behind the massive infographic explorations of the future of emerging technology and the future of education technology, is, as you might guess, run by a futurist: Michell Zappa. His most recent visualization maps the next three decades of health technology, charting how regeneration, augmentation, diagnostics, treatments, […]

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Rack Grown Tissue

September 17, 2012

The world of The Gatecrashers takes place 30 years into the future.  Technology like the organ growth profiled in this New York Times Article on organ transplant, has trickled down to the street, where regular citizens use this sort of technology not only for homegrown medical procedures, but also for back alley cosmetic reconstruction. In […]

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